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Only Food to Purchase on IcelandAir?

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We fly out of London to Seattle this week on Icelandair. I just want to confirm that no free food is served in economy. That seems silly for a transatlantic flight, but if that's the case, fine. We just want to be prepared. Has anyone eaten the food? Worth it or should we buy food at the airport and bring it with us?

One more quick question -- we fly out of terminal one at Heathrow but the food we want is at terminal three, after security. Will we be able to access those restaurants? Or can we only make it through security in terminal one?

My husband and I aren't picky, but my 7 year old son is so we need to be prepared!

Thanks.

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